You know that a product is a success when after-market parts and services start to become available. The Asus Eee PC is the latest to see such a trend. While tremendously successful, the Eee PC is not without its limitations, namely a small keyboard, limited storage capacity and limited connectivity options.
One popular option is to add a touchscreen display and Windows XP Tablet edition to add handwriting capability to the device. In Taiwan, the modification only costs about NT$2000 (or just over USD$60). Other popular and relatively inexpensive options include adding 3G or Bluetooth connectivity options and increasing the storage capacity.
While the modifications will void the Eee’s warranty, they are cheap enough to be an alternative to buying a more powerful notebook.